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  • 2:30 PM, February 28, 2017

    Men Encouraged to Speak Out Against Domestic Violence and Join in White Ribbon Day Photo

    This year’s White Ribbon Day activities include a “White Out” social media campaign, designed to increase awareness about gender-based violence and get more men and boys actively engaged in this issue.

  • 3:00 PM, February 28, 2017

    Ordinance Committee

    Ordinance Committee

  • 6:00 PM, February 28, 2017

    Kendall Square Mobility Task Force Public Meeting

    The Kendall Square Mobility Task Force process was established in 2015 to take a comprehensive look at mobility issues in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge, with the goal of developing a set of policy and project recommendations.

  • 7:00 PM, February 28, 2017

    Planning Board Meeting

    Planning Board Discussion

  • 8:30 AM, March 1, 2017

    Citywide White Ribbon Day White Out

    White Ribbon Day is an international campaign that asks men and boys, in particular, to stand up and speak out against gender-based violence by making a personal and public commitment to promoting equality, respect and non-violence in their relationships and all aspects of their lives. All City of Cambridge employees, departments, schools, universities, organizations, businesses, families, and residents can get involved in the campaign by wearing white on the day of Wednesday, March 1. Anything white will d

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What's New in Cambridge

  • 2017 White Ribbon Day Flier

    Cambridge Celebrates White Ribbon Day Feb. 27 - Mar. 3

    White Ribbon Day is an international campaign that asks men and boys, in particular, to stand up and speak out against gender-based violence by making a personal and public commitment to promoting equality, respect and non-violence in their relationships and all aspects of their lives.

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    Cambridge Announces Public Forums on Police Commissioner Search

    Members of the public may participate in the process by attending one of the Citywide Public Forums or by providing written feedback.

  • Cambridge Works 3-17-16 Class

    Participants Sought for Cambridge Works Transitional Jobs Program

    Are you a Cambridge resident, age 18–35, without a college degree, looking for a full-time job? If so, Cambridge Works might be able to help if you’ve had difficulty finding jobs due to limited work experience, gaps in your work history, legal or personal issues.

  • Cambridge Shred Day

    Free Document Shredding Saturday, Mar. 11

    The Cambridge Consumers’ Council and the US Postal Service, in collaboration with the Office of Attorney General Maura Healey, the US Postal Inspectors, and the Department of Telecommunications and Cable are offering a free document shredding opportunity Saturday, Mar. 11, from 9:30-11:30 a.m., in front of Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, rain or shine.

  • Cambridge Sidewalk Poetry Contest

    Sidewalk Poetry Contest Nominations Sought

    Calling All Cambridge Poets! The City of Cambridge has launched the third annual Sidewalk Poetry Contest, designed to select poems written by Cambridge residents for imprinting in City sidewalks.

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    Small Business Challenge

    The Community Development Department is now accepting applications to its Small Business Challenge.

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Cambridge City Hall

795 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge MA, 02139
Ph: 617-349-4000
TTY: 617-349-4242

Hours of Service

Monday: 8:30am-8pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 8:30am-5pm
Friday: 8:30am-12pm

Louis DePasquale
City Manager

Lisa C. Peterson
Deputy City Manager